All right – so it is the first of February and for many of us – especially us Canadians – our outlook is one of deep snowbanks and many, many layers of ice. Winter is a time for hibernation and massive binges of comfort food.
However, as an indy-writer I DO NOT have the time to hibernate. Winter, for me, is a time to try to push more e-books out there to more markets. It is a time for working on my marketing and promotional techniques. It is a time for research and taking the time to get my book out to a few more markets.
One of these markets that I have been neglecting to exploit is Google Play. Today I have decided to begin exploring the possibilities of selling e-books through Google Play – and it is thanks to the information in this all-encompassing Kobo Writing Life blog entry that I feel that I have the necessary confidence to begin learning about selling e-books on Google Play.
So – how about it folks?
How many of you writer-types out there sell on Google Play? How many of you do well on Google Play?
Kobo and Kobo Writing Life have long been known for being open, social and collaborative. And this episode of the Kobo Writing Life podcast is no exception. In fact, to start 2015 off on the right foot, we thought it would be useful, in our ongoing communication with authors regarding the importance of making your work available on multiple platforms, and not just on Kindle, to help with that.
This episode contains a collection of tips curated from the Author Marketing Podcast by Author Marketing Institute founder Jim Kukral covering tips and things you might not know about publishing a book to Kobo, Nook (Barnes & Noble), iBooks (Apple) and Google Play.
Kobo Writing Life Director Mark Lefebvre sets up the various clips from Jim’s fantastic podcast. The tips that Jim shares are from the following original podcasts
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